Many died. Rabbits pooped. These events are not necessarily related.
Join the class action suit against the AMT, be careful where you breastfeed your baby in Babies R Us, and dogs might get baths more frequently than senior citizens in some care centres.
Seems like this week is up for a fight: Hydro Quebec, Neil Young, dating gurus, even just getting medical marijuana.
Get ready to pay more for everything! Day care prices increase and the Charbonneau Commission and the super hospital are both over budget. At least you can buy Quebec cola.
Use it or lose it — school boards, St. Denis, and sitting down.
Practice chanting for the next big throwdown in Montreal. Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War!
What do you do when you’ve got all kinds of creepy crawlies in the news: Luka Magnotta? Ebola? a dead parrot? turtles in your pants? Animal rescue videos as an alternative.
No mercy for fans of animals. A speeding ticket for the owners of a late Chihuahua and a woman who saved some ducks but caused a fatal accident faces sentencing.
This week seems like there’s plenty of people flirting with getting arrested. Some get away with it, some don’t. Find out who in this week’s Fear and Loathing.
Quebec’s Dagwoods sandwich and salad chain turns 25 this week. Ken Gaucher asks Spiro Krallis about the secret to his success and where he makes the sauce.
You’ve been patient. You’ve waited. Ken Gaucher is back with the news round up that contains the news you want to hear about!
This week’s news roundup includes short shorts in Beaconsfield, more on the dangers of London Ontario, and the best and worst of the police.